I'm looking at the product page for the HTML editor though and it appears to have a WYSIWYG preview part too, where it's similar to VSD built into it?
Can I then use that instead of VSD and do a whole lot more with it, like adding tables to my pages for link menus etc?
In some ways I seem to understand a bit more than VSD will help me do, but don't understand as much as something like the Stylesheet Designer program will help me do.
Can I replace VSD with HTML Editor and do the same, but with even more capabilities and power?
And if I want to do stylesheet design for my own site, how does that fit in? Will it all work together or is that something I have to learn and use separately?
Oh, and if HTML Editor would replace VSD but help me do so much more, is there any way I can unregister VSD, delete it from my computer and just switch to HTML Editor instead?
Wow, I just went and looked at the full feature sheet for HTML Editor and it kinda makes VSD look like a toy doesn't it. But it appears to be more suited for intermediate people like me, when VSD may be more for just someone with absolutely no knowledge at all, who just wants to design very simple pages?
And this may sound like a crazy question, but has CoffeeCup ever put together a sales package for someone who just gets so loony about your software that they want it ALL? Like so much money gets you registered for all their presently existing software that you can download?
Wow, I'd go crazy, but it would be SO MUCH fun learning it all!
OS Windows 8.1